Information published on 24 January 2012 in the UIC electronic newsletter "UIC eNews" Nr 275.

INESS TRAINING PROGRAMME (7 – 9 March 2012, UIC HQ - Paris)

The INESS (INtegrated European Signalling System) R&D project, launched in October 2008 and funded by the EU Commission under the First Call of the Seventh EU R&D framework programme, will be coming to an end in March 2012.

To mark the end of the project and present its results

We have the pleasure to invite you to:

The INESS Training program, 7 – 9 March 2012

Training Objectives:

  • Explanations on benefits of a common method for describing functionalities to railway asset managers
  • Dissemination about the common kernel and explain the advantage for infrastructure managers, industry partners and safety authorities
  • Explanations on the advantages of using the common kernel in order to convince standardisation bodies to work towards a European standard
  • A presentation about the Interlocking-RBC interface FFFIS, focusing on the benefits of standard interfaces
  • A demonstration of advantages for infrastructure managers, industry partners and safety authorities in each country on using the INESS architecture/interface specifications
  • Demonstration of the process towards a proposal for a standardised system architecture to standard setting and regulatory bodies, safety authorities and the European Railway Agency
  • A presentation about the harmonised testing and commissioning of interlockings explaining the advantage for infrastructure managers, industry partners and safety authorities in each country
  • The use of the work bench in projects

Who you will meet:

  • Railway infrastructure managers – management & engineering level
  • Suppliers – management & engineering level
  • Railway operators
  • Industry
  • Data managers and project managers
  • Procurement department from the European railways
  • Business development and Financial department from the European industry

PLEASE RESERVE YOUR DATES!

For more information about the program, registration and further information about the event, please contact Maria Lafont: lafont@uic.org or consult our dedicated website: http://www.iness.eu/spip.php?article13